How to address concerns about your relationship with your attorney:

All proceedings for the investigation of complaints and grievances involving alleged misconduct of any member of the Bar of this state, all proceedings for the discipline of such members of the Bar, and all proceedings for reinstatement to the practice of law in this state shall be brought, conducted and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of Rule 413 of the Appellate Court Rules. These matters must be handled exclusively by the Board of Commissioners on Grievance and Discipline. You may direct your concerns in writing as follows:

Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline
South Carolina Supreme Court
Post Office Box 11330
Columbia, South Carolina 29211

Also, The South Carolina Bar has a new client assistance program. You may contact Jill Rothstein at (803)799-6653, extension 170.


If you believe the problem you are experiencing is a communication problem or a misunderstanding which has arisen between you and your attorney, you may wish to avail yourself of the services of the Greenville County Bar Association's Client Relations Committee. Participation in this committee is voluntary and must be accepted not only by you but also by your attorney. The function of the Committee involves a process where a Committee member serves as an impartial third party and attempts to facilitate a resolution of problems between attorneys and clients. However, the Committee has no power to investigate attorney conduct; nor does it have any authority to impose sanctions or force settlement of disputes. If you wish to avail yourself of the services of this Committee, you may direct your concerns in writing as follows:

Greenville County Bar Client Relations Committee
644 E. Washington St.
Greenville, South Carolina 29601


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